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Poker Players Alliance: Repayment of Full Tilt Poker's U.S. Players a "Long Way Away"

FTP After meeting with the U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday, the Poker Players Alliance reported that little progress has been made in repayment of more than $200 million to Full Tilt Poker's U.S. customers. PPA Executive Director John Pappas said in a press release that he and PPA counsel had a "cordial and productive meeting" with officials from the Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section of the DOJ. Pappas explained that he provided the officials with information and insight into what the player community expects from a remission process that was set forth when the DOJ...

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Doj dragging their feet. They need to be sued.

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How much of the 200M will get used up by DOJ overheads???

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NOW is the time to push the legislation for online poker. The gov't is looking at raising revenue and should be very receptive to a new source of $$$.

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Wow. Talk about corruption! You know how much they must make in interest using that 200 mill for their own personal gain!
Of course they are hanging on to it. I feel so bad for the US players.

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